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  • May 13, 2022 12:34 AM | Mathias Lemos Castillo (Administrator)

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    Director of Strategic Development 

    WHO WE ARE: Children’s Theater of Madison (CTM) is a company dedicated to sparking imagination and building community through the creation and experience of theater. For over 55 years, CTM has been part of the cultural fabric of South-Central Wisconsin, providing exceptional theater productions and educational programs for youth and families. 

    Every CTM employee is engaged in our mission of ongoing equity, diversity, and inclusion work as we strive to be an anti-racist organization. Inclusion is a core value at CTM and creating an inclusive workplace and work culture is essential. To read our Inclusion Statement and learn more about our organization, click HERE.

    JOB SUMMARY: CTM is looking for an analytical and strategic-minded individual to create visions and plans for overall fundraising to include corporate, foundation, and individual giving. This position is integral to supporting the achievement of our mission and maximizing our impact in the community.  


    • Create a comprehensive development program, with the goal of assessing CTM’s fundraising potential to create short and long-term plans 

    • Manage a portfolio of donors, strengthening donor relationships to the organization and soliciting appropriate gifts 

    • Support Executive Director and Artistic Director in managing their donor portfolios 

    • Promote and guide best practices and innovative approaches to individual major giving, corporate and foundation grants, planned giving initiatives, annual appeals, and events 

    • Establish and monitor key metrics to make forecasts and evaluate ongoing performance, ensuring CTM will meet and exceed annual fundraising goals 

    • Write and manage department budgets, ensuring fiscal responsibility and return on investment

    • Oversee the development and implementation of policies and procedures for gift processing and donor acknowledgment, database management, and financial reporting 

    • Attend CTM events and activities and foster pride and excitement in fundraising efforts 


    • 3 years minimum of progressively responsible experience in a comprehensive non-profit fundraising role.   

    • 2 years in a position with staff management responsibilities preferred

    • Prior experience with arts nonprofit is a plus 

    COMPENSATION AND BENEFITS:  This is a full-time, salaried position, $52,000 – $60,000 annually. Benefits include employer-paid medical and dental insurance, retirement saving options, paid holiday, vacation, sick, and personal leave.


    • Applications will be reviewed as they come in

    • Interviews will happen between May and June

    • We hope to have the position filled by early July

    • Start date is July 15, 2022

    TO APPLY: 

    Please send the following to employment@ctmtheater.org attention Allen Ebert, Executive Director:  

    • A letter of interest or video describing your experience as it relates to this position, and what excites you about this position with CTM.  

    • Resume or Work Experience History 


    EOE: Children’s Theater of Madison is an equal opportunity employer. We will not discriminate on the basis of race, color, religion (creed), gender, gender expression, age, national origin (ancestry), disability, marital status, sexual orientation, or military status, in any of its activities or operations. We will take affirmative action measures to ensure against discrimination in employment, recruitment, advertisements for employment, compensation, termination, upgrading, promotions, and other conditions of employment. We are committed to providing an inclusive and welcoming environment for all members of our staff, clients, volunteers, subcontractors, and vendors.

  • April 29, 2022 3:23 PM | Mathias Lemos Castillo (Administrator)

    Outreach Specialist (Bilingual-Spanish Needed)

    Roles and Responsibilities

    Direct Engagement, Needs Assessments, and Data Collection

    1. Conduct rounds in the field and directly engage with individuals and families experiencing unsheltered homelessness in places not meant for human habitation

    2. Conduct initial needs assessments and determine eligibility for services by conversation and building relationships to elicit relevant information for the completion of Keela and VI-SPDAT forms

    3. During rounds, connect with five people experiencing homelessness and provide information and targeted service referrals including emergency shelters, transitional housing, permanent supportive housing, rapid rehousing, and other community-based services

    4. Provide intervention services by addressing urgent physical needs

    5. Offer support for people as they transition from homelessness to housing by providing testimony of experience and empowering their self agency

    6. Assist clients in the navigation of their homelessness experience by applying motivational interviewing and psychological first aid principles

    7. Collaborate with Program Manager to create a flexible work schedule that includes regular evening, night and weekend hours

    8. Assist Outreach Lead in preparation of outreach kits with food, PPE, and other essentials

    9. Demonstrate a continued commitment to understanding and implementing harm reduction practices and engage in real conversations about safety and the importance of a safety plan

    10. Effectively communicate orally and via written correspondence by providing all necessary information and follow up to make informed decisions in a timely and accurate manner

    11. Foster a collaborative work environment and champion accountability

    12. Other duties as assigned

    13. Fluent in Spanish to better reach our Latino/a clients.

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